World Record Holder Todd Huston Motivates Coast Guard Workforce

Mr. Todd Huston was the keynote speaker for CGHQ’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) observance. Mr. Huston is a world-record mountain climber, who while boating with his family at the age of 14, was injured in a horrific accident as his legs were caught in a boat propeller. The traumatic injury led to the amputation of his right leg. As an amputee, he persevered, embraced the challenges in front of him, trained and participated in the Summit America expedition, setting a world record for climbing the highest elevations in every American state in less than 67 days. Pictured above, holding a mountain climbing pickax used to aid climbers, (left to right), Vice Commandant, ADM Charles Ray; Todd Huston; and the CG Executive Champion for NDEAM, RADM Erica Schwartz. By Ms. Deborah Gant, CRD, USCG HQ. Full Story

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